After posting Friday, Swedish time, Apple launched two repairs, one for missing screens on iPhone X, and one for ssd storage in Macbook Pro without Touch Bar.
Some machines have been experiencing problems with SSD storage, with data losses and machines that do not stop to act as a result. Now Apple is launching a repair program for three years to come, Macrumors writes.
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The problem is about Macbook Pro without the Touch Touch with 128GB or 256GB of storage and machines sold sometime between June 2017 and June 2018. Users of these machines can give their serial number on this link (also choose Sweden) and see Your own machine is likely to suffer. In that case, Apple recommends that you take the computer to Apple Store or an Authorized Service Partner as soon as possible to avoid losing data.
Then, the ssd software will be updated, which will eliminate the problem in no more than an hour. However, all disk data will be deleted, so a backup is recommended before the computer is taken to Apple. For more information, visit the Apple website.
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